WOW! Thanks for the link, David! Looks like at the moment his book is available
only in the UK - unless you’ve seen sign of it in CA. The images in the article
are amazing, as well as his archive of 2 million images, mentioned in the
article! I do hope that this book is successful enough to encourage further
withdrawals from that archive for the 90s and the 2000s up to whenever he
departed. Those would make an outstanding collection of pictorial history!
Thanks again for the link!
On Aug 9, 2019, at 11:12 AM, David Young <dsy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I cannot say that Adrian Bradshaw is a close friend, but I've had the
privilege to meet him several times. He's a really nice guy and a brilliant
We last met, back in 2010, at a Leica Night dinner for various Photogs,
including our own Ted Grant, Henning Wulff, Tom A. (sadly, now gone), Joseph
Yao and various spouses (spice?).
Here's Adrian, back in 2010.
Adrian spent 30+ years in China, starting in the mid-1980's - first as a
freelance photographer and, later, with the European Pressphoto Agency - for
whom he still works, but is now based in Oxford, England.
He has a new book (his latest on China) and it has just been previewed by BBC
News. It's well worth a look!
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